In this piece, we dissected Pant’s T20 numbers over the last two years, his performance as a middle-order batsman, stressing more on his No.4 statistics, while also focusing on his batting in the middle overs
In this piece, we will dissect de Villiers' IPL numbers, compare them with his nomination contenders and other top-10 run-getters in IPL and prove why he indeed is the best IPL batsman ever.
On this very day, 14 years ago, Australia's Jason Gillespie had carved a sensational and an unbeaten 201 against Bangladesh in Chittagong, the only 100-plus knock by a nightwatchman in the history of the sport
McCullum was roped in by KKR for US$700,000, making him the biggest winner from New Zealand and among the top buys in the first-ever auction. And he repaid every cent of it in top-class fashion, an innings that every avid follower of the game remembers.
Minutes before lunch, Lara equalled Hayden's record of 380, one the Aussie had carved just six months back. And a few balls later the record was his. He soaked in the appreciation from the overwhelmed Antigua crowd and then kneeled down to kiss the pitch.
With coronavirus pressing the pause button on world sports with major events getting suspended or cancelled, we bring to you the list of India's top-six greatest Test match wins in modern era, with the matches arranged chronologically.
In this piece, we will look at the IPL meetings between the two veterans of the game and comprehend if Dhoni truly "owns" Malinga.
Veteran tennis players Roger Federer and Serena Williams seem to be the worst affected by the announcement which has denied them an opportunity to break bigger records.
Amid the lockdowns and self-isolation process, we bring to you a list of top ten tennis matches of all time which can temporarily drive boredom.
Amid the lockdowns and self-isolation process, we bring to you a list of best sports movies that can temporarily drive away your boredom.
Following the magnificent run, Porel, in an exclusive chat with India TV Sports Digital, talked about no-cricket amid coronavirus pandemic, his Ranji season, the hope of an India call-up and taking up the challenge of bowling to Indian skipper Virat Kohli.
South Africa has been the better side in the contest between the two nations. At least that is what numbers reveal.
MCG registered a record attendance for Women's Cricket as 86,174 people showed up to watch Australia take on India in the final of the Women's T20 World Cup.
It was dominance at its best from Australia in front of a record 86174 spectators at the Melbourne Cricket Ground on Sunday
India's success in women's sports is not a topic that many talk about but with time, there have been women who have made people stand up and take notice.
Averaging 40.25 with a blistering strike rate of 161, 16-year-old Shafali has been the heart and soul of India's batting throughout the four group matches and played a crucial role in the team's race to their maiden World T20 finale.
It's time for retrospection for India. For the batters whose follies have been called out and for the bowling department that showed lack of depth in New Zealand.
After 22 gruelling matches over the last two weeks, Women's T20 World Cup 2020 comes full circle to where it started.
Thursday's denial was by no means karmic, but a sheer coincidence in the most unfortunate manner one that only calls for ICC to introspect on their existing rules.
India definitely have one major section to worry about - their below-par batting performance, a problem area which had even affected them back in 2018, and their over-reliance on 16-year-old Shafali Verma.
The Indian batters struggled to deal with swing and short-pitch bowling from the New Zealanders as the hosts won the two-match Test series 2-0 against India.
Indian captain Virat Kohli registered worst-ever numbers in a Test series during the New Zealand tour. What aches the skipper?
Batting surely wasn't easy on that spicy track, but the dismissals of the three half-centurions were more about profligacy than New Zealand's bowling, while the remaining batters just threw their chances as India were restricted to 242
The green-top Hagley Oval and the poor average of spinners at the venue could urge New Zealand to go in with an all-four pace attack. But they had lost the only match at Hagley Oval where they had executed this very plan.
After a 10-wicket drubbing in Wellington that witnessed India, the No.1 ranked Test side being dominated on all front, Virat Kohli-led visitors would be raring to bounce back strong against New Zealand
14 innings, 440 runs at 33.84 in 2020 isn't Virat Kohli's worst start to a calendar year. He has seen the worst, but Kohli still had a century in that run. Is the triple-figure mark all that fans want from Kohli.
Indian skipper Virat Kohli wasn't hesitant enough to mention that losing the toss on the first morning of the opening Test played a 'big impact' in India's 10-wicket defeat at the Basin Reserve
In just six overs in the opening session of the first Test under the cloudy skies in Wellington, the 6'8" fast bowler made a dream start to his Test career with wickets of both Cheteshwar Pujara and Indian skipper Virat Kohli
Neil Wagner was Steve Smith's tormentor in chief during the Australia series and now he will be looking to do the same with Virat Kohli in the upcoming two-match Test series.
Before the contest kicks off, we present to you a statistical preview of the two teams in the format, in the rivalry and in the two venues along with a few records waiting in line to be broken.
The visitors will do start as the favourites in the contest despite their history in the land (only one Test match won in New Zealand in the last 44 years), but the team management will face two big selection questions ahead of the series.
India couldn't defend 347 and 296 in the first and the last games respectively, and could not chase 273 in Auckland, one of the smallest international venues. And these came despite their biggest gain through the series - a middle-order core in KL Rahul and Shreyas Iyer.
New Zealand were domineering throughout, at an extent that Jasprit Bumrah looked clueless even with his awkward angles while Virat Kohli slumped to his first low in five years.
Scoring 182 runs in the two matches without being dismissed, Taylor has managed to nullify the absence of big stars to guide New Zealand to the verge of realising a first-ever ODI series whitewash against India.
One off day, which unfortunately happened on the day of the final, and India U19 team lost the biggest match their career so far. But what truly went wrong these boys...
New Zealand survived a scare on Saturday to take home the three-game ODI series against India by winning the 2nd ODI by 22 runs in Auckland.